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  1. ... but check with your provider before taking it. Vitamin C in amounts over 250 mg a day. This includes vitamin C from supplements, fruit juices, or fruit. For three ...
  2. ... naproxen, or aspirin More than 250 mg of vitamin C daily from supplements, fruit juices, or fruit Red ...
  3. ... a medical condition that needs treatment. Certain medicine, vitamin C, and eating a large meal may affect your ...
  4. ... screens]. Available from: https://labtestsonline.org/tests/b-vitamins Lab Tests Online [Internet]. Washington D.C.: American Association for Clinical Chemistry; c2001–2019. Random ...
  5. ... or more B vitamins in the blood. B vitamins are important for making red blood cells. References American Society of Hematology [Internet]. Washington D.C.: American Society of Hematology; c2021. Blood Basics; [cited ...
  6. ... another health condition or certain medicines. Acquired protein C and S deficiencies may develop with: Infections Liver or kidney disease A lack of vitamin K Cancer and chemotherapy Certain medicines, including birth ...
  7. ... also affect your body's ability to use other vitamins. So, before taking any ... VR, Espinosa P, Fernandez C, Holder C, Kuklenyik Z, Kusovschi JD, Newman C, ...
  8. ... arteries or veins Liver disease Vitamin K deficiency. Vitamin K plays an ... [Internet]. Washington D.C.: American Society of Hematology; c2020. Blood Clots; [cited ...
  9. ... normal, your provider may order phosphorus and/or vitamin D tests to help make a ... D.C.; American Association for Clinical Chemistry; c2001–2019. Parathyroid ...
  10. ... tests including a homocysteine blood test and/or vitamin B ... Washington D.C.: American Association for Clinical Chemistry; c2001–2020. 24- ...
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